Businesses Owned By Ntando Duma

Businesses Owned By Ntando Duma. Ntando Duma is a South African actress and television personality. Ntando Duma was born in the township of Orange Farm in Johannesburg, Gauteng. She grew up in the township of Orange Farm located approximately 45 km from Johannesburg, where she was raised by her mother and her grandmother. She is best known as a presenter on’s youth programming block Craz-e, where she primarily featured on Craz-e World live. She is also well known for her portrayal of Zinzi Dandala on’s soap opera Rhythm City. Below are some of the businesses owned by Ntando Duma.

Spaza Eats

The former Rhythm City star has launched an app called Spaza Eats. The app will deliver food that is sold by spaza shops in township locations right to your door. People can now have their favourite kotas, mogudu, magwinyas (vetkoeks) with fried chips and polony delivered right to their home! Ntando is not limiting her app to just spaza shops.

Love Lisa

The line will be named after her first-born daughter, Lisa. “I’ve got a lingerie line that I’m launching, I’m planning on releasing it on my daughter’s birthday cause it’s named after her, It’s called ‘Love Lisa’, that’s her second name, Lisa Khanya,” Ntando told Daily Sun. “I was really inspired by a whole lot of things like the importance of understanding that as a woman you need to wear the same matching bra and underwear because it’s very important for you and your partner, I’m really excited about that, I might even launch a clothing line,” she continued.

Inspire A Teen SA Foundation

Ntando is the founder of the Inspire A Teen SA Foundation which is aimed at nurturing and cementing the confidence of young models and offers the education of cat-walking and different kinds of essential modelling services. The foundation donates matric dresses to Kwa Bhekilanga Secondary School in Alex, Sandton. “It’s a foundation that I started back in 2010 and what we aim to do is give back to the community. We collect the dresses from Spectacular, designers etc. and we send them to the school. I’m also involved in motivational talks with young people at schools as well as in my community.” Duma told Zalebs.

By Thomas Chiothamisi

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